Since the energy transition will fundamentally alter the way that EU citizens live, work and play, it is especially important that EU energy policy engages with Social Science and Humanities-informed themes such as inclusivity, social justice, or democracy. Energy-SHIFTS reponds to this need with an inclusive and engaging Forum which will enhance dialogue and cooperation between energy-related stakeholders.

The Global Sustainability Institute (Anglia Ruskin University) is leading this 2-year project, which they present here.